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Safety Eyewear Articles

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An Insight Into Eye Safety

Heading For Safe Ground

Eye Opener

Donít Turn a Blind Eye

2012-11-28 EHS News: Eye injuries in the workplace can have a devastating effect on the individual involved and on their family. In the worst cases, eye injuries can lead to partial or even total blindness. This article

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Making A Spectacle

Jane White, research and information services manager at the UK-based Institution of Occupational Safety and Health, (IOSH) talks about the need for eye protection in hazardous workplaces across Asia and the Pacific.

Chemical Protection

Chemical incidents can be of various types. Some result in the need for minor first aid while others are disastrous accidents, involving the use of hazardous chemicals Ė which can be toxic, flammable or reactive.

Eye Protection

From domestic DIY environments, right through to heavy industries and military applications, protective eyewear is one of todayís most common types of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).

As an important part of self protection in the workplace, Elaine Munro from BSI looks at the different types of eye protectors and offers advice on choosing the best solution for the job at hand.

Eye Protection

When you are issued a pair of safety spectacles, goggles or a welding helmet, have you ever noticed a certification label on the packaging and/or on the product itself and wondered what it really means?

Where worker protection is concerned, the eyes are at the top of the list! If there is a potential for an injury to the eye or face from flying particles, harmful liquids, gases or vapours, or harmful radiation, eye and face protectors should be provided to workers. These protectors should carry the label ofan accredited third party certification organisation.

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Eye Protection - Practical advice to keep in sight

All eye injuries are preventable, however, each work day during 2008 about 110 U.S. workers had a job-related eye injury that results in Days Away From Work Cases. According to the US National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH)[i], overall, there are approximately 2000 work-related eye injuries in the US every day. These injuries occur in all categories of industry but the highest frequencies occur in manufacturing, transportation and construction.

 


 

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